• LocationSt Albans, Hertfordshire, Hedley Road, AL1 5BN**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
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Whether you have a burst pipe, leaking tap, or you need a dishwasher plumbing in, our local St Albans plumbers are available for a fast response or time that suits you best, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our local fast response local St Albans drain cleaning team can remove any blockages that stifle your daily routine.

Our professional local St Albans plumbing engineers can also update your old plumbing fixtures. For example a new mixer tap will help you have more control over the water temperature or new pipe work to help speed up the flow of water. For any kitchen plumbing service please contact our experienced staff who provide free quotes and estimates.

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St Albans Plumbing Testimonials

Customer Name: Brian Denton.
It gives me great pleasure to write this letter to express our gratitude to the engineer who visited our house on 2nd September. My wife said that Mr. Bradley was very helpful, explained what he had done and advised her how to avoid the problems in the future.  At a time when no one seems to have any pride in their work, it is a pleasure to be able to write and thank someone who has. Well done Mr. Bradley and thank you for the service.

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Example Of Our Plumbing Services

Bleeding
Occasionally, as a side-effect of maintenance or because of another problem, air may build up in the radiators of a water-fed heating system. The air isnt heated to the same degree relative to its volume, so it will cause the radiator(s) to give off less heat than normal. To fix this, the radiator must be bled. This is possible because central heating systems are pressurised, and the water will move to displace the air that escapes. However, bleeding the radiators poses a new problem. A loss of pressure will result, because the system uses a fixed amount of water, which will cause the heating system to either run at a greatly reduced capacity, or not at all. To solve this, the water mains must be opened, and a fresh supply of mains water must be allowed to enter the system.

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